Definition of Cauline. Meaning of Cauline. Synonyms of Cauline

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Definition of Cauline

Cauline
Cauline Cau"line, a. (Bot.) Growing immediately on a caulis; of or pertaining to a caulis.

Meaning of Cauline from wikipedia

- lesser degree, along the stem. Basal Arising from the base of the stem. Cauline Arising from the aerial stem. Opposite Two leaves, branches, or flower...
- from the base, glabrous. Leaves similar to paper, glabrous. The middle cauline leaves petiolate, petiole 3-6 cm; leaf blade divided almost at the base...
- to 250 mm (9.8 in) long, bi- to tripinnate with long petioles, with the cauline leaves (those on the stem) smaller, 50–100 mm (2.0–3.9 in) long, less divided...
- glabrous, the leaves are opposite, simple and linear. At the base of the cauline leaves a sheath embraces the stem. The epicalyx is formed by many leafy...
- (39–47 in) tall. Radical leaves and lower cauline ones become withered when the flowers bloom. Mid cauline leaves are arranged alternately, ovate or wide...
- and are divided into: Protohemicryptophytes: only cauline foliage; Partial rosette plants: both cauline and basal rosette foliage; and Rosette plants: only...
- internodes are prominent, green but violet or pink at nodes. Leaves : Ramal and cauline, simple, exsti****te, opposite decussate, petiolate, ovate or obovate,...
- hermaphrodite white flowers on stems bearing a single pair of petiolate cauline leaves. Probably its closest relative is Claytonia virginica. "Claytonia...
- Sattler, R. & Lacroix, C. (1988). "Development and evolution of basal cauline placentation: Basella rubra". American Journal of Botany. 75 (6): 918–927...
- be larger than the other leaflets and round to reniform in shape. The cauline (attached to the upright stem) leaves are also pinnately divided, with...